What is the meaning of hence in sinhala

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Hence is a word that is used to express a result, conclusion, or consequence of something. In Sinhala, the word for hence is මෙයින් (meyin), which literally translates to “so” or “thus”.

Hence is commonly used to introduce a logical conclusion or a result of a previous statement. For example, if you say “I am tired, hence I will go to bed early”, it means that because you are tired, you will go to bed early.

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Hence can also be used to introduce a conclusion or a result of a previous action. For example, if you say “I ate too much, hence I feel bloated”, it means that because you ate too much, you feel bloated.

In Sinhala, the word මෙයින් (meyin) is used to express the same meaning as hence. For example, if you say “මට ප්‍රස්තාර සිදුවීමට අසුරු කිරීමට මෙයින් පැරණි පැකිරීමට පියාගන්නාවේ” (mete prasthar siddiwen asuru kirimat meyin peranee pakirimat piyagannawe), it means that because I am too tired to do the chores, I will do them tomorrow.

Hence is a useful word that is used to express a result, conclusion, or consequence of something. In Sinhala, the word මෙයින් (meyin) is used to express the same meaning.

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